Where living in the wild makes sense
Between Pont d’Arc Cave and the Ardèche Gorges Nature Reserve, away from the more populated riverside area, you can enjoy the wide open space and tranquillity of our eco-friendly campsite stretching over 12 hectares.
Situated 1.5 km from Saint Remèze village, the campsite is surrounded by nature and we are committed to an approach that both respects and highlights this exceptional natural environment – our 80 large pitches are naturally defined by oak trees and boxwood and juniper hedges, some of which are more than 100 years old. We also promote the choice of local produce and products.
Not your usual campsite
Since 1997, we have been developing the campsite in a way that protects the natural environment so that you can experience a slightly different style holiday in Ardèche.
Our campsite is not part of a chain or group. We are a family-run business and recruit our seasonal staff almost exclusively from the village.
We want you to forget that you are in a campsite, while at the same time enabling you to experience the real nature of camping in a natural environment, where you can get away from it all. It is almost like camping in the wild but with quality services to hand and the chance to exchange and share with other campers.
Meeting and sharing with others
An original entertainment offer – moonlit walks, gardening, astronomy…
A footpath where you find nature observatories, a giant hammock, a field for sleeping, wild spaces…
Shared accommodation clusters. Everything is made to get to know each other.
I love this big campsite in the middle of nature, where the space between chalets guarantees privacy, and everything is kept clean.
An eco-friendly campsite
For many years we have been awarded Clef verte (Green Key) certification in recognition of our approach.
A natural space
- A protected setting in 12 hectares of oak trees, juniper bushes and thyme…
- Large pitches from 150 to 300 m² in calm surroundings
- Nicely presented accommodation, positioned in harmony with the vegetation rather than in orderly fashion!
- Use of eco-labeled cleaning products
- Regional cuisine made from local and/or organic products
- Shared vegetable gardens nourished with your compost
Energy saving measures
- Wind-turbine and photovoltaic panels
- Purchase of renewable electricity for the rest of our consumption
- Golf caddy-car and electric bikes to get around the campsite
- Electric bikes and an electric car to rent for your trips
- Shared fridges to pool the energy consumed
- Large swimming-pool (29m) heated by solar domes